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InsidePro.PasswordsPro.v3.1.1.0.exe. Open insidePro PasswordsPro v3.1.1.0 trial version.Q: MySQL Query Optimization in QueryBuilder I have the following Query Builder statement. $qb = $em->createQueryBuilder() ->select('o') ->from('AppBundle:Item', 'o') ->join('o.Ua', 'ua'); I am getting duplicates of Ua in the db. I only want one row returned by the query. When I do this in sql directly I get SELECT `o`.*, `ua`.`id` AS `ua_id` FROM `item` `o` INNER JOIN `Ua` `ua` ON `o`.`id` = `ua`.`id` WHERE `o`.`id` = 16 Is there anyway I can improve this query? A: You can use the leftJoin method to achieve what you want $qb = $em->createQueryBuilder() ->select('o') ->from('AppBundle:Item', 'o') ->leftJoin('o.Ua', 'ua') ->where(' = :id') ->setParameter('id', 16) ->getQuery() ->getResult(); Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) communication systems with both single and multiple transmit antenna architectures are known in the art. Such architectures may be implemented in systems, such as in next generation wireless communication systems, with increased data rates, reduced latency, and reduced power consumption. In OFDM systems, a data packet is transmitted by breaking the data packet into a series of spaced apart and orthogonal sub-packets (e.g. sub-channels) having a range of different sub-carrier frequencies. Signals from all the sub-packets are transmitted over a common set of sub-carriers. Systems that employ OFDM are typically implemented with multiple orthogonal sub-channels (e.g. sub-carriers) spaced apart from one another by the spacing of the sub-carriers and from each other according to a useful portion of the allocated frequency band.





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